The high-performance, electric powered Razor MX650 Dirt Rocket is good for teens (ages 16 and up) who desire to enjoy a genuine dirt motorbike experience without spending a lot of money. The Dirt Rocket's strong motor carries riders at speeds of as much as 17 miles per hour--a lot more than enough for many bumpy dirt trails--which enable it to cruise for as much as ten miles (or 40 minutes) on just one charge. Other details include 16- and 14-inch pneumatic knobby tires to get a maximum power transfer, genuine dirt bike frame geometry, Supercross inspired design, and folding metal foot pegs. The MX650, which needs roughly eight hours to completely charge, offers a maximum weight limit of 140 pounds. Simultaneously, the bike's dual suspension and riser handlebars deliver a smooth and cozy ride whatever the terrain, therefore the fun isn't restricted to flat pavement. Being a final bonus, the Dirt Rocket's variable-speed, chain-driven motor is very quiet, a marked contrast to traditional gas-powered motocross bikes.